Bankruptcy LawyersWhen you end up in financial crisis and different alternatives don’t seem to provide a feasible resolution, you want to start considering filing bankruptcy as a strategy to shield yourself and any property chances are you’ll wish to retain from your creditors. Neither Osama nor Obama can destroy America. Osama bin laden, cant do any harm to America. To counter an enemy, equal pressure or greater than that must be applied. However with money power solely, Osama sends terrorists to attack harmless individuals and life-less buildings. How can he destroy America? He may just dream of it. Such individuals will get destroyed sooner or later. A snake charmer will always get bitten by his personal snake at some point.

1. Step one in methods to find and choose a bankruptcy attorney is to contact the local bar affiliation in your neighborhood. Whereas your local bar association will not make any …

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You may have heard the terms “Judge Pro Tem” or “Commissioner Pro Tem” in the context of family law cases. Like many legal terms, these words are perhaps made more obscure by the use of latin. However, you do not need to be alarmed – it is not nearly as complicated as it sounds. A Seattle family law attorney can walk you through what the involvement of a judge pro tem or commissioner pro tem means for your case. 

What is the Difference Between a Judge and a Court Commissioner? 

First, a brief explanation – understanding the differences between judges and court commissioners will help you better understand the difference between a judge pro tem and a commissioner pro tem. To start, judges are elected positions, while court commissioners are appointed or hired by the courts to take on some limited judicial functions (like hearing family law motions)

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Equal Parenting

When parents used to divorce, the typical arrangement used to be that one parent (typically the mother) would be awarded primary custody of the children while the other parent would have visitation rights. The parent with visitation rights would then pay child support to the parent with primary custody. 

Today, however, it is widely accepted that divorcing parents should strive for a more balanced arrangement. As a result, some parents, often through agreement, have 50/50 parenting plans. In other words, each parent has the children 50% of the time. They may assume that since they equally share the parenting, neither would owe any child support to the other.

That, however, is generally not the case and often comes as an unpleasant surprise. Working with an experienced child custody lawyer, however, can help you plan for this possibility and ensure that the end result is fair for everyone

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Many couples live together for a long time, accumulate property, and even have children, all without getting married. While this isn’t all that unusual, there are a number of misconceptions revolving around these situations and what it means when the couple separates. If you are unmarried but separating from a long-term partner, an experienced family law attorney can help you understand your rights. 

What is Common Law Marriage?

This is an old concept whereby a couple can become “married” simply by living together long-term and holding themselves out as a married couple. This can include doing things such as telling people they are married, holding property as a married couple, and having children. Although the couple is not legally married, the couple would be treated the same as any other married couple under common law marriage doctrine

Is There Common Law Marriage in Washington State?

A few states

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Mediation is a way of sorting any differences between you and your ex-partner, with the help of a third person who won’t take sides. It facilitates the resolution of issues involving family breakdown, separation, divorce and its financial consequences, arrangements for children and any other kind of family dispute.

Experts, Rachel Oaks and Claire Colbert from Family Mediation & Mentoring are going to talk to us about different types of mediation so you can think of what will work for you. Different and common mediation dillemas will be discussed and you will have a chance to ask some questions too.

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